The project of the Elisabeth and Helmut Uhl foundation has been realized thanks to a restricted international architectural competition held in 2009, which saw the participation of fifteen architectural teams from Italy, Switzerland, Austria and Germany.
Geneva airport âaile_ESTâ, or East Wing, a 520 metre-long Non-Schengen facility designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, has received planning permission from The Federal Authorities in Switzerland.
The Pavilion is a Grade II listed building dating from 1923. Designed by Frank Verity and originally constructed as a 3000 seat cinema, the building was awarded the RIBA Award London Street Architecture Award for the best London facade.
Paris City Council rejects plans for a new 40-storey skyscraper on the city’s 19th-century skyline, in an exceptionally bitter vote that embodies a larger debate over this city’s image, and its future.
The building form represents an interpretation of disaggregated farm-steadings which have been linked and clustered together in a nucleated form that defines and controls movement through and around the new school building.
The Duo project is located on the Rive Gauche. These Leaning Paris skyscrapers – 175m & 115m high – will offer more than 90,000 sqm of office space, a 237-room four-star hotel, and 1,800 sqm of commercial space, plus a revolving restaurant.